Charts, tables and lists pull important information into the open for easy review and reference. Divided into six sections, Diagnostic Neuroradiology covers the full range of neurologic disease imaging: normal brain development and congenital malformations; haemorrhage, trauma and vascular disease; brain tumours and tumour-like processes; infections, metabolic, toxic and degenerative diseases; spine and cord; head and neck.
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PART ONE BRAIN DEVELOPMENT
Disorders of Neural Tube Closure
Corpus Callosum Anomalies
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abnormalities AJNR aneurysms angiogram angiography arachnoid cyst astrocytoma Axial NECT scan Axial T2-weighted basal ganglia black arrows brain calcification cavernous cavernous sinus CECT cell cerebellar cerebral artery cervical Chiari choroid plexus cistern common congenital contrast-enhanced Coronal cortex cortical Courtesy cranial CT scans curved arrow cystic diagnosis disease disk disorders dural edema enhancement enlarged ependymoma epidural Etiology focal foci foramen frontal gliomas Gross pathology hematoma hemorrhage herniation high signal hyperintense Imaging findings infarction infection internal carotid intracranial isointense large arrows lateral ventricles lesions lipoma Location malformations mass arrows meningeal meningioma metastases multiple neoplasms neural Neuroradiol Neurosurg normal occur open arrows patients pineal pituitary posterior fossa primary Radiol rare Sagittal T1-weighted scan shows schwannomas seen sinus skull base small arrows spinal cord spine subarachnoid syndrome T1-weighted MR scan T1WI T2WI temporal lobe third ventricle tion trauma tumors typically uncommon vascular veins venous vertebral body vessels white matter